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Yellowjackets report: UWS goal disallowed in 0-0 draw

The match was the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference opener for both teams.

Annah Schussman, Lindrey Schendel and Kenzie Oehlerking scored second-half goals as Wisconsin-Superior stayed unbeaten in UMAC play with a 3-0 victory over Northland in women’s soccer Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at NBC Spartan Sports Complex.
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Wisconsin-Superior had a late goal disallowed, leading to a 0-0 draw with Northland in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference men's soccer opener for both teams on Saturday, Sept. 17, in Ashland.

UWS had a 16-6 advantage in shots and 8-3 in shots on target but couldn't get one through. The scrappy contest included 23 fouls and nine yellow cards, including one in the first minute.

Jamie Colvill made eight saves for Northland, while Alex Paredes made three saves for the Yellowjackets.

UWS (2-2-1, 0-0-1 UMAC) has a nonconference game on Tuesday at Macalester.



Yellowjackets unable to hold Falcons

After absorbing 10 shots, six on frame, in the first half without a goal, Wisconsin-Superior couldn't keep Wisconsin-River Falls out in the second half.

The Falcons scored all three of their goals after the break for a 3-0 nonconference victory on Saturday in River Falls, Wisconsin.

Madyson Shew had the first two tallies, in the 49th and 60th minutes, before Hannah Gagnelius finished off the scoring.

UWS was outshot 25-11 (16-5 on target). Quinn Clark (seven saves) and Jenna Lang (six) split goalkeeping duties for the Yellowjackets (1-3-2), who are off until visiting Bethany Lutheran in Mankato on Friday.


'Jackets split triangular

Wisconsin-Superior suffered a sweep at the hands of local rival St. Scholastica for the second weekend in a row but pulled out a five-set victory over Carleton in part of a triangular at Reif Gymnasium in Duluth on Saturday.


Against Carleton, Alexie Pryd had a team-best 14 kills in the 27-25, 18-25, 16-25, 25-21, 15-8 win. A run of nine straight points gave UWS control of the fourth set and the Yellowjackets won seven of the last eight points in the fifth to earn the victory despite a .143 to .115 deficit in hitting percentage.

Kaylin Plautz added 11 kills, while Colleen Claude (18) and Cassy Teff (17) handled most of the passing responsibilities. Jenna Anderson carried the load defensively with 20 digs, while Teff added 10 more.

Plautz had nine kills to lead UWS against the Saints, who posted 44 as a team to CSS's 31.

Anderson finished with 18 digs, while Teff had 14 assists and three blocks.

UWS (4-7) tips off UMAC play on Tuesday night at Northland.

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